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Increase Employee Engagement by Communicating the Right Questions

Boost Employee Engagement by Asking the Right Questions Don’t just talk- communicate by asking the right questions that get and keep employees excited! Getting your first free Celpax device is exciting! In fact, because of that excitement, we usually see a huge spike in pulses for the first few days. We get it! Pressing buttons is […]

Negative work environment: “It’s been red for a while, something isn’t good“

A Negative Work Environment: Data “It’s been red for a while, something isn’t good“ The HR Director at a Swedish firm gradually saw a crisis coming, when it suddenly exploded. She knew something was up among their employees thanks to the Celpax, a device at the exit door that gives continuous employee feedback with a […]

Engagement surveys for employees: How Unilever started tuning in to employees in real time

Engagement surveys for employees Eugène was on a mission the first weeks in December: To make his coworkers understand why they wanted to know how people we’re feeling at work, and to explain just how easy it was to participate. At Unilever all factory workers press the Green or Red button to answer the question […]

How employee engagement is becoming real-time

Real time employee engagement Real time employee engagement – that’s what the kind people over at Recruiting Division recently wrote about. They had the good taste to include our Celpax device Real time employee engagement Employers who want to know how to improve employee engagement start with the employee survey. But today’s employee survey isn’t […]

Daily Employee Morale and Productivity

We often get asked how our daily employee mood tracker relates to employee morale and productivity efficiency. Food manufacturer Dallant has been measuring both on a daily basis since 2012. This is what they found out: Food flavouring company Dallant has measured their daily employee morale and production efficiency since 2012: “I like to keep things simple” says […]

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